The Millennial Job Search: Pandemic Edition

It’s no surprise that the job market is oversaturated right now with somewhere around 30 million Americans unemployed and trying to find a job. This gets tougher on Millennials in particular. The youngest bunch of us is in our mid to late 20s. Past the time where we can be called a “recent college graduate”…

Post Grad Chronicles: Day 500

I sit here writing this from my back patio in Boston, MA on what would technically be my Saturday morning, and I want to use this time to reflect on how much has changed in the last 500 days. It has changed in ways that I never would have imagined. Let me start off by…

Post Grad Chronicles: Day 288

24,883,200 seconds or 414,720 minutes or 6912 hours or 288 days or 41 weeks since Graduation, and I can finally report that I HAVE A NEW CAREER. NOT JOB. A CAREER PEOPLE. As much as I’d love to share the juicy details… I’ve decided to wait until after they’ve told me what city I need to…

Post Grad Chronicles: Day 164

Postgrad life is an untouched region that everyone who owes $30,000 or more to that nagging Sallie Mae has to endure to make it to the full-time job with full health benefits and a salary that you can pay rent with. Don’t let the Graduation Party fool you though. Like a lot of people I…

So you didn’t graduate college on time…

What does “on time” even mean? For those of us who took AP courses or concurrent enrollment in High School maybe you had a whole year or more of college written off (like my childhood neighbor). Or maybe you signed up for a degree that’s practically impossible to finish in four years — unless you…